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Posted by reiko on October 11, 2002 at 18:05:45:

In Reply to: ok so the enclosure posted by reiko on October 11, 2002 at 18:05:01:

of course they need climbing branches and such.. =)

:looks something like this, but this isnt it at all
:its on an oak base and doesnt have the lines up the glass, but its an octogon in shape, would this be suitable for a crested gecko or two? dont kill me if its not, i have read varying things on their housing needs. The enclosure is pretty large tho.. think its a 35-40 gallon, i dont have the exact measurements, its taller then it is wide, thought that would be great since they seem to love to climb. What are their lighting requirements? UVB? i read that they dont need a basking light only a red light perhaps in winter when the temps are very low. so what do you all think? and what about housing more then one together? what is the best option for mulitples? can 2 females do alright? any suggestions here would be great =)
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